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Burnside Square will rock this weekend for a two day mini-music festival.

Headliners Rattlesnake Tattoo feature Jeff Jeffrey, who previously worked with members of Simple Minds, Hue & Cry, Del Amitri and Heavy Pettin, with Ronnie Garrity on bass guitar (previously with the Heavy Metal Kids, Quireboys and Eric Bell’s Thin Lizzy)and Brian Gatens on drums.

Tommy and Stewart Blue will play sets and a third band is to be confirmed.

An Argyll and Bute Council traffic order will close Cross Street and Union Street as a live stage is erected and, weather permitting, street drinking is allowed from noon to 10pm.